LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May will announce adjustments to her ministerial cupboard on Monday however her overseas, finance, inside and Brexit ministers will maintain their jobs, the Sunday Times newspaper reported.
The Sunday Times stated the reshuffle was geared toward bringing youthful girls and non-white lawmakers into the cupboard in try to attraction to voters who dealt May a setback in an election final 12 months.
May can be anticipated to announce a brand new first secretary of state, successfully her quantity two, after long-standing ally Damian Green was compelled to resign from the submit final month, the newspaper stated.
May, who turned prime minister shortly after the Brexit vote in mid-2016, has been extensively anticipated to rejig her ministerial staff after a dangerous 2017 when she referred to as a snap election solely to lose her parliamentary majority.
May’s Conservative Party is working neck and neck with the left-wing Labour Party in opinion polls and has been cut up by variations about what sort of relationship Britain ought to search with the European Union after it leaves the bloc in 2019.
The overseas, finance, inside and Brexit ministries are run by Boris Johnson, Philip Hammond, Amber Rudd and David Davis.
The Sunday Times stated the ministers who have been anticipated to lose their jobs or transfer to completely different roles included Conservative Party chairman Patrick McLoughlin, schooling minister Justine Greening, business minister Greg Clark and Andrea Leadsom, the government’s chief within the decrease home of parliament.
Writing by William Schomberg; Editing by Adrian Croft and Meredith Mazzilli